Rubber Track Maintenance
Get the maximum lifetime out of your rubber tracks by maintaining them properly with the tips below.
- Avoid premature wear caused by work environments such as rocky terrain, gravel, demolition of concrete / cement, scrap metal, etc.
- The more careful the operator to use equipment with chains or rubber pads, the better your performance and reduced wear
- Avoid exposure to pollutants such as salt or oil. If the string / rubber pad has been contaminated should be cleaned immediately.
- Before installing a new chain, check the components of shooting. May need to be replaced.
- Try to keep components running clean always to avoid damage that could cause foreign bodies or mud
- Minimize exposure to the sun, this helps reduce the aging process. The range of normal operating temperature is between -25 ° and +55 ° C. If necessary, reduce speed under extreme temperatures.
- Check the chain tension on a regular rubber
- To minimize unnecessary wear strings / pads and components running forever:
- Switch turns on both sides
- Up and down slopes rather than crossing
- Avoid turning on its axis or roll
- Drive with two strings at the same level of surface
- Avoid hitting curbs or walls with the side of his strings / pads
- When purchasing a ramp for loading your machine, or when purchasing strings / pads for existing ramp, make sure your design allows minimal damage to your strings / pads:
- Check that the width(if applicable) allows clip pads. Eliminates damage to your ramp and their pads.
- The spreaders are at the precise distance to avoid pinching the strings / pads
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